Maia Wilson (born 21 September 1997) is a New Zealand netball player. She plays at goal shooter for the Northern Stars in the ANZ Premiership and for the Silver Ferns national side.Wilson was born in Auckland and went to Mount Albert Grammar School, where she excelled at both netball and basketball, representing New Zealand youth teams in both sports. She won a basketball scholarship to the University of Idaho in 2015, but turned it down when she was offered a netball contract with the Central Pulse in the ANZ Championship for 2016. She had already become the youngest ever player to trial for the Silver Ferns, the New Zealand national team.In her debut season with the Pulse, Wilson had to take on a much more prominent role than planned after Jodi Brown suffered an injury, and finished the season with the second-highest success rate in the league, making 294 of 318 attempts for a success rate of 92.5 per cent and missing only 24 shots. She was then signed by new side Northern Stars in the replacement ANZ Premiership competition for its inaugural 2017 season. She scored 433 goals from 495 attempts for the Stars in her second season, with a success rate of 87.47%. She has been re-signed by the Northern Stars for the 2018 season.She was first selected for the Silver Ferns, the New Zealand national team, in 2016, debuting against Jamaica in the Taini Jamison Trophy on 14 September. She was also a member of the national under-21 squad for the 2017 Netball World Youth Cup. She was also selected in the Silver Ferns for the Fast5 Netball World Series in October 2017. She has 7 Test caps for the Silver Ferns to date.Outside of netball, Wilson is completing a Bachelor of Communication degree at Massey University in Wellington.